Originally Posted by darkhawk22
My rear dropout kickstand didn't work the best either. I ended up bending the small tabs in and flipping it over. It's loose until you get everything locked down. I usually get my wheel adjusted and tightened slightly until it's secure enough not to move. Then I put the bike up on the stand and lock it down tight. You could also drill and tap a small hole in the drop out for an additional bolt to hold it in place. I'll probably do that in the near future.
I tried bending the one I got from bgf.it worked and I got it on there.then 5 minutes later one of the legs snapped.talk about cheap crap!plus it was crooked and didnt line up right.thats how I broke it.trying to bend it so it would line up right.in the end all i got out of it was a couple extra springs.and thats about all its good for